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JERRY W. WARD, JR.
Jerry W. Ward, Jr., Lawrence Durgin Professor of Literature at Tougaloo College, is coeditor of Redefining American Literary History (1990), Black Southern Voices (1992), and Trouble the Water: 250 Years of African-American Poetry (1997). His works-in-progress include JAZZ SOUTH, a collection of poems, and Reading Race, Reading America: Social and Literary Essays. Ward has published essays, poems and critical reviews in New Orleans Review, Obsidian, The Southern Quarterly, Black American Literature Forum and Callaloo. His work is included in the anthologies Sturdy Black Bridges, Mississippi Writers: Reflections of Childhood and Youth, Vol. III and Black Women Writers 1950-1986: A Critical Evaluation. In 1998, he contributed the introduction to Black Boy: (American Hunger).
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